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Ateneo de Manila University will be conducting face-to-face classes beginning January of next year, the university announced on Friday.
“After almost two years, Ateneo de Manila University will gradually return to onsite classes starting January 2022,” Ateneo wrote.
The pilot run of in-person classes will be done in phases, the university said. It will begin with Loyola Schools and the Professional Schools, while classes for graduating students will be prioritized.
Ateneo said strict safety and health protocols are in place on the campus. Employees and guests must be fully vaccinated or must undergo COVID-19 test advised by the university physician.
“As the pandemic situation remains uncertain, all plans are subject to change depending on the circumstances and new directives issued by IATF, DepEd, CHED, DOH, DOLE, the Quezon City local government, and other pertinent government agencies,” the university noted.
In January this year, Ateneo also opened its classrooms to the students of medicine and public health. The limited face-to-face classes in its Pasig campus were implemented in accordance with government-imposed regulations.
Detailed guidelines, as well as the announcement for its basic education schools, will be released in the coming days, the school said.